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Generating Success For Farming In South Africa

Electricity is an essential resource in modern farming in South Africa (and globally), so having a stable supply is important. With the recent load-shedding in our country and other problems that interrupt electrical supply, there is one solution that all farms need: generators.


How are generators the solution?

When your municipal power drops, for any reason, you still need a way to operate your agricultural machinery. In such a situation generators can be used as a backup power supply, which enables you to carry on with business as usual.


What if you don’t have time to switch to the generator?

One of the best features of modern generators for farming in South Africa is the fact that they can be set up to switch on automatically. The technology exists to ensure that the moment your power cuts off, there is a system on the generator which senses this and automatically starts it up.

You’ll never have to go without power again!


What to do if your generator breaks down

Generators, like all agricultural machinery, can break down from time to time. Sometimes they just need a quick service, or for a part to be replaced. While this may seem like a very technical problem, the professionals over at Generator Works have the know-how and tools to make this all very easy for you.

They have qualified, experienced technicians and electricians on hand to help you inspect your generator and identify the exact problem should one arise. From there, they will be able to provide you with the parts and services necessary to get your equipment up and running again in no time, so you can get back to work without any interruptions.


Have another problem you need help with?

Have a look at our AgriFoodSA Directory to find suppliers for almost anything you could need for farming in South Africa. You’ll definitely find something useful.

If you are looking to add yourself to the directory, or have a question for us, simply contact us and we’ll see what we can do to help you. Happy farming!

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